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08/23/1946 — 01/21/2021
From West Richland, WAWatch Service
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Floyd L Snyder of West Richland WA passed away on Thursday January 21, 2021 after reaching the age of 74 years old
Floyd was born on August 23, 1946 in Fort Scott Kansas to Howard Snyder and Lucile (Augur) Snyder.
He met the love of his life, Jeanette Huges and they married July 22nd 1966 in Wichita Kansas. They lived together almost inseparable for 54 years.
Floyd served in the Army and Navy Reserves. He was a member of many organizations and he held many offices, grand offices and supreme offices, and he was a Rainbow Dad. He received the Hiram Award in 1994, and Grand Master Achievement Award in 2004
He was a good father who always took care of his children and did the best he could to teach and guide them. He was a loving grandfather and “great-grand” father. They were the apple of his eye.
Floyd was a strong, proud and a good man. He touched many lives. He is loved and will be missed by many!
He was preceded in death by his parents.
Floyd is survived by loving wife, Jeanette Snyder of the home; His children, Lisette Smith and husband Cliff of Kennewick WA, Floyd (Lee) Snyder Jr and wife Michelle of Richland WA, Grandchildren; Stephen Smith and wife Autumn of Kennewick, Brayden Snyder of Richland Great Grandchildren; Adysen Smith, and Ivory Smith of Kennewick, A Sister Delphine Parks of Fort Scott KS, a Brother Eldred Snyder of Nevada MO; a host of nieces, nephews and other beloved friends and relatives;.
A celebration of life be held at a later date. Donations in his honor can be made to:
Shriners Hospital 911 W 5th Ave Spokane WA 99204
Pets for Vets, Inc. PO Box 10860 wilmington N.C 28404
You was the best brother in law !
I am glad I had the privilege to know Floyd and Jeanette, I have enjoyed there company and friendship over the years. Floyd will be greatly missed by all the people that have had the opportunity to meet him. The masonic organizations will be hard pressed to fill the shoes of such a devoted servant to the betterment of his fellow man. I will personally miss his wisdom and wit that I know all who knew him will also miss. Mine and Kathy’s prayers are with Jeanette and the family in this hard time.
You will be missed my brother.
Floyd was a great man fun to be around and always had a smile, he educated, instructed and befriended me and supported me in my endeavors, I will miss you my friend, I thank you for all your wisdom you imparted on me over the years. Your Friend
Thank you for your time, care and love of all the organizations, friends and family served by the dynamic team of Floyd and Jeanette. We will miss Floyd greatly and will hold Jeanette and family close in our prayers during this time.
Floyd will be missed by all who knew him. He became like my own family after my husband Jim passed away. Jeanette,I will be here for you whenever you need me. Love you.
Floyd, You had the ability to make so many feel safe, showered us with kindness and made me laugh on so many occasions. Your legacy and love will live on in many people. Thank you for the smiles and the stories. Floyd’s endless kindness will be treasured memory.
Will always remember Floyd from my Rainbow years. Then on into my Eastern years. He always made sure that I was doing ok. Took a lot of tormenting from us girls and always took it in stride. Love to Jeanette and the kids always in my thoughts and prayers. 💜🙏